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SJV Joins the March for Life

SJV Joins the March for Life

Trinity Day, Writer

January 15, 2014


Filed under School News

On January 22, 2014 some students and faculty for Saint John Vianney will be attending the March for Life in Washington D.C. This peaceful event held in remembrance of the Roe vs Wade case that allowed all 50 states to let women abort their unborn child. Nellie Gray founded this event a year after the...

Two SJV Students and Teacher Help “Give a Dog a Home”

Two SJV Students and Teacher Help “Give a Dog a Home”

Annalisa Leite, Writer

January 13, 2014


Filed under School News

Animal Cruelty is sadly a growing epidemic in today’s society. It is estimated that a quarter of a million animals are abused each year, and it takes true hero’s to take a stand to stop animal cruelty. The Give a Dog A Home Foundation of San Antonio Texas is taking a stand, along with the help of...

SJV Choir and Band Spread Cheer at the Annual Christmas Concert

SJV Choir and Band Spread Cheer at the Annual Christmas Concert

Jessica Ventura, Writer

January 9, 2014


Filed under Arts, Music, & Books, School News

Music is a must-have when ringing in the holiday season and Saint John Vianney’s choir and band did just that on Monday, December 9, 2013. Under the leadership of Ms. Mary-Kate Figur, who is now the new Director of Vocal Music, and Mrs. Rachel Ryan, the choir and band displayed a night complete with...

Culinary Club Community Service

Annalisa Leite, Writer

January 8, 2014


Filed under School News

Members of the Culinary Club at Saint John Vianney high school are always looking for ways to help others with their cooking talents, and Mother Teresa Regional School in Atlantic Highlands gave them what they wanted. On December 15th, MTRS hosted their Breakfast with Santa, and the students from the c...

Culinary Club Community Service

January 8, 2014


Filed under School News

Members of the Culinary Club at Saint John Vianney High School are always searching for ways to help others with their cooking talents, and Mother Teresa Regional School in Atlantic Highlands gave them what they wanted. On December 15th, MTRS hosted their Breakfast with Santa, and the students from the c...

‘Once on This Island’ Coming to SJV

Trinity Day, Writer

January 8, 2014


Filed under School News

Winter has just started, but rehearsal for the spring musical is just about to begin. This year the musical will be “Once on This Island.” It is about a peasant girl named Ti Moune being saved from a massive flood by the Gods to show which is more powerful, love or death. Ti Moune tries to heal a...

Culinary Club Hosts Annual Gingerbread Contest

Culinary Club Hosts Annual Gingerbread Contest

Stephanie Brogna, Photographer/ Writer

January 8, 2014


Filed under School News

On December 18, 2013, the culinary club held their annual gingerbread decorating contest. This year 3 groups made of club members and one group made of the club officers.  Annalisa Leite, a junior and president of the culinary club, hopes that this tradition continues even after she graduates n...

SJV Choir Goes To Casola Farms

Trinity Day, Writer

December 29, 2013


Filed under School News

On Saturday December 7, SJV’s choir went performed at A. Casola Farms. Casola Farms asked the choir to join them in their Winter Wonderland. The group would sing as costumers looked for their Christmas tree, went on a sleigh ride, and looked at the live Nativity animals. The choir sang a variety of...

Annual Breakfast With Santa

Annual Breakfast With Santa

Joelle Iovine, Editor-in-chief

December 13, 2013


Filed under School News

It is that special time of year again where the SJV community comes together to celebrate Christmas. Breakfast with Santa is a tradition at our school which lands on the day before winter break begins. This is a time to dress comfy cozy with your closest friends and enjoy a nice breakfast with Santa...

Think Before You Act

Think Before You Act

Kevin Maloney, Writer/Editor

November 11, 2013


Filed under School News

An emotional presentation was delivered Thursday, November 7, by Mike Wojcik to the students of Saint John Vianney. Wojcik, unable to speak, had his father Rich serve as his voice during the presentation. Wojcik’s presentation was focused on the message of making good decisions; he communicated...

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